By: CNN
By: CNN

Thousands of people marched for a condemned man in Atlanta Friday.

Troy Davis has captured worldwide attention with claims that he's innocent of killing an off-duty Savannah police officer in 1989.

He's set to die on Wednesday after years of delays, but his supporters hope to persuade the state pardons board to grant him clemency. Davis has avoided execution three times since 2007.

Last year, a federal judge ruled Davis did not have enough evidence to clear his name.


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  • by I. Arlyin Location: Florida on Sep 18, 2011 at 06:53 PM
    well I read a little bit of what was on line concerning your case. And some said you did do it, but as they got older they said that they had lied in court about you doing it. A woman said that a guy named sylvester said he shot the cop. If he's not dead, will he come forward and say he shot the cop or is he going to sit back and let you die in his stead ?I surely wouldn't want that on my conscience, that I was a yellow belly hound that shot a cop then had a chance to redeem my self and let it go by.
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